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embalmed

slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were totally embalmed!
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embalming fluid

1. Literally, a type of fluid that is used to preserve a corpse. ("Embalming" is the process of injecting a corpse with such fluid.) We haven't injected the embalming fluid yet—that's the next step.
2. slang Liquor, especially whiskey. If I keep drinking this embalming fluid, I'll be drunk in no time!
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embalmed

mod. alcohol intoxicated. By morning they were all embalmed.
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embalming fluid

n. strong liquor; raw whiskey. Bartender, pour out this embalming fluid and get me your best.
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"One of the embalmers took a metal hook that was slightly curved at one end.
The embalmer might not have contact with the family.
But a new funeral home director and embalmer would have to be hired, he said.
The hair and beauty courses on offer at the college may usually be the preserve of budding hair stylists and make-up artists, but Simon's path could be one followed by other potential embalmers, with techniques including make-up application covered.
Apart from working for his father, Kamm also worked as a freelance embalmer, doing last minute jobs for funeral homes around the city.
However, modern CT scans show the unidentified shape to be a coarse clay bowl which seemingly got stuck on Nesperennub's head with the embalmer's resin.
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West Virginia introduced a number of bills dealing with the cremation industry and passed legislation to regulate the proper disposal of human remains by an embalmer or crematory operator.
The embalmer has since been treated with antibiotics and is no longer infected.
"Before my grandfather passed ownership of the business on to his children, he set up the bylaws so that you had to go to school and become a licensed funeral director and embalmer before you could participate in the company," says Charles S.
The protagonist, who has been attracted to dead creatures since she was a child, gets a job as an apprentice embalmer, comes to the full realization that she is a necrophile, and pursues her obsession with abandon.
Apprenticeships must be completed under an experienced and licensed funeral director or embalmer. Depending on State regulations, apprenticeships last from 1 to 2 years and may be served before, during, or after mortuary school.
A second fixed cost which may be converted to a variable cost is the cost of hiring an embalmer. In most instances, an embalmer is salaried.
Donna has been an Illinois Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer since 1985.